Below are all flights to Adelaide (ADL), South Australia in Australia. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Australian destinations including Adelaide airport from airlines including Virgin Australia (VA), Jetstar (JQ), Qantas Airways (QF), Tiger Airways (TT). Discount return air fares to Adelaide start at $143.85 from Tiger Airways (TT) to $405.65 from Virgin Australia (VA). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Adelaide,Australia (AU).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Tiger Airways||07 December 2013||07 December 2013||Economy||$136.85|
|Jetstar||15 February 2014||17 February 2014||Economy||$162.95|
|V Australia||24 December 2013||02 January 2014||First||$225.65|
|Regional Express||18 December 2013||26 December 2013||Economy||$239.19|
|Qantas Airways||05 February 2014||12 February 2014||Economy||$245.65|
|Jetstar||22 December 2013||30 December 2013||Business||$262.95|
|Jetstar||06 December 2013||09 December 2013||Economy||$262.95|
|Qantas Airways||06 December 2013||08 December 2013||Economy||$271.63|
|Jetstar||07 December 2013||12 December 2013||Economy||$274.95|
|V Australia||24 January 2014||27 January 2014||Economy||$277.65|
|Regional Express||10 February 2014||17 February 2014||Economy||$301.89|
|Qantas Airways||23 January 2014||27 January 2014||Economy||$337.65|
|V Australia||09 January 2014||26 January 2014||Economy||$351.65|
|V Australia||06 December 2013||08 December 2013||Economy||$359.79|
|V Australia||24 December 2013||06 January 2014||Economy||$389.69|
|Qantas Airways||08 January 2014||25 January 2014||Economy||$400.03|
|V Australia||18 December 2013||27 December 2013||Economy||$400.03|
|V Australia||22 December 2013||28 December 2013||Economy||$403.02|
|V Australia||24 January 2014||27 January 2014||Economy||$405.65|
|Jetstar||30 December 2013||04 January 2014||Economy||$406.45|
Visit Adelaide, South AustraliaAdelaide, South Australia received high marks on The Economist's 2010 World's Most Livable Cities Index. The index measures variables including tolerance, crime, climate and public transportation access. The Property Council of Australia ranked the city as Most Livable in 2011.
Educational facilities are increasingly important to the city economy. South Australian government hopes to turn Adelaide into an educational powerhouse. With an increase in international students, many foreign institutions have been setting up campuses in the city.
The city hosts a number of arts festivals. Popular options include: the Adelaide Cabaret and Film Festivals, Festival of Ideas and Writers' Week. Visit the Adelaide Festival Centre to take in a performance by the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
Each year the city hosts international cricket testing and a number of One Day International cricket matches. Two Australian Football League teams call Adelaide home. Attend matches at the AAMI Stadium or the Adelaide Oval. Many consider The Oval to be one of the most impressive Test Cricket properties in all of Australia.
Wine lovers will enjoy visiting Adelaide. The city gained a reputation as wine capital of Australia. A number of wines are produced in three local wine regions.
Find cheap flights to Adelaide during the low winter months, between mid-April and mid-June.